Music Has the Right to Children turns 20 on the 20th. Pitchfork have done a good article on it.
I love it. The four albums they have put out regularly rotate between which is my “favourite” - for the record, it’s currently The Campfire Headphase - but this is a stand out for me. I love almost every track on it, and for all the reasons outlined in the article.
For me, it’s the greatest Scottish album of all time, and endlessly revealing it’s self to me.
Stand out tracks are_An Eagle in Your Mind_, which is for all intents and purposes the “first” track on the album, and the one that is basically the blueprint. I love the thudding bass that cracks in, and the words that are spoken that I like to sing outloud when it’s on. Also, I love the almost backwards sounding Rue the Whirl.
I do think thought the bettered it with Geogaddi in the end, personally. BUt as I said the favourite switches constantly.